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Jean François Marie Aicardi - bibliography

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Biography

French paediatrician, born 1926, Rambouillet.

Bibliography

  • J. Aicardi:
    Convulsions in the First Year of Life. Doctoral dissertation. Paris, 1955.
  • S. Thieffry, and J. Aicardi:
    Les spasmes en flexion du nourrisson. 36 observations. Etude critique.
    Semaine des hôpitaux de Paris, 1959, 34: 1167-1178.
  • J. Aicardi, J. J. Chevrie and E Roussélie:
    Le syndrome spasmes en flexion, agénésie calleuse, anomalies choriorétiniennes.
    Archives francaises de pédiatrie , Paris, 1969, 26: 1103-1120.
  • J. Aicardi and J. J. Chevrie:
    Convulsive Status Epilepticus in Infants and Children. A Study of 239 Cases.
    Epilepsia, 1970, 11: 187-197.
  • J. Aicardi and J. J. Chevrie:
    Myoclonic Epilepsies of Childhood. Neuropädiatrie, Stuttgart, 1971, 3: 177- 190.
  • J. J. Chevrie, and J. Aicardi.
    Childhood Epileptic Encephalopathy with Slow Spike-Wave: A Statistical Study of 80 Cases. Epilepsia, 1972, 13: 259-271.
  • J. Aicardi and J. J. Chevrie:
    Febrile Convulsions. Sequelae and Mental Retardation.
    In: M. A. B. Brazier and F. Cocean, editors: Brain Dysfunction in Infantile Febrile Convulsions,
    247-257. New York: Raven Press, 1976.
  • J. Aicardi, F. Goutierres, M. L. Arsenio, and P. Lebon:
    Acute Measles Encephalitis in Children with Immunodepression.
    Pediatrics, 1977, 59: 232-239.
  • P. Castelein, and J.Aicardi:
    Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy. Brain 1979, 102: 727-748.
  • M. L. Arsenio-Nufies, F. Goutières, and J. Aicardi.
    An Ultramicroscopic Study of Skin and Conjunctival Biopsies in Chronic Neurological Disorders. Annals of Neurology, New York, 1981, 9:163-173.
  • J. Aicardi and J. J. Chevrie:
    Atypical Partial Benign Epilepsy of Childhood.
    Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, London, 1982, 24: 281-292.
  • B. Hagberg, J. Aicardi, K. Dias, O. Ramos:
    A Progressive Syndrome of Autism, Dementia, Ataxia, and Loss of Purposeful Hand Use in Girls: Rett's Syndrome: Report of 35 Cases.
    Annals of Neurology, New York, 1983, 14 (4): 471-478.
  • C. Bordarier, J. Aicardi, and E Goutières.
    Congenital Hydrocephalus and Eye Abnormalities with Severe Developmental Defects:Warburg's Syndrome. Annals of Neurology, New York, 1984, 16: 60-65.
  • J. Aicardi and F. Goutières:
    A Progressive Familial Encephalopathy in Infancy with Calcifications of the Basal Ganglia and Chronic Cerebrospinal Fluid Lymphocytosis.
    Annals of Neurology, New York, 1984, 15: 49-54.
  • J. Aicardi:
    Epilepsy in Children. New York: Raven Press, 1986.
  • J. Aicardi, C. Barbosa, E. Andermann, F. Andermann, R. Morcos, Q. Ghanem,Y. Fukuyama, Y. Awaya, P. Moe:
    Ataxia-Ocular Motor Apraxia: A Syndrome Mimicking Ataxia-Telangiectasia.
    Annals of Neurology, New York, 1988, 24: 497-502.
  • J. Aicardi:
    Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood.
    2:nd edition, Mac Keith Press, Cambridge University Press, London 1998.
  • J. Aicardi:
    Aicardi syndrome: Old and new findings.
    International Pediatrics, 1999, 14: 1: 5–8.
  • J. Aicardi:
    Atypical semiology of rolandic epilepsy in some related syndromes.
    Epileptic Disorders. Vol. 2, Supplement1, December 2000: 5-9, Spectrum of rolandic epilepsy. Proceeding of the Kiel Symposium.

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